DonCarlos Posted June 9, 2009 Report Share Posted June 9, 2009 Was Someone thinking About Bridge Pins Again? I distinctly picked up a vibe that it was yet again time to post something about bridge pins. Well as suggested, recommended, and directed to do; I got me a set of Bob Colosi bridge pins. Bone with double inlay (tort-abalon). So here's what I think. -Good communication with Colosi, he answered all my questions. -Shipped the day I ordered them, arrived 3 days USPS. 1) Zero need to modify them. The pins dropped in as a perfect fit. I know I have heard size 1 from others, but 2A, fit my bridge (and all even across the top). 2) No defects. Perfect in appearance. No imperfections. These are made with care. I even used my magnifying glass. Good craftsmanship 3) No loss of sound quality to my guitar, in fact I may have to admit that the guitar sounds a tinge brighter and a miniscule louder. But strangely I can feel the strings vibrate a bit more when my fingers rest on the pickguard. And as you all taught me, I made sure that the string balls were correctly seated (using my official inspection mirror. 4) Back to number 2) Dang, these look nice on a J45, the tortoise ring matches the pickguard, it really classed up the basic look of the guitar and the abalone inlays change colors depending on the light. Nice. 5) Back to numbers 2) and 5) Did I mention that they look nice. What do ya think. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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